Yu Xian Du: A Flavor Lasting for Thousands of Years2016-06-16 15:20:00Share:
Yu Xian Du. A Flavor Lasting for Thousands of Years, a grand drama with food tasting experience staged in the Chinese Royal Gastronomy Museum and with promoting traditional Chinese catering culture and civilization as its thread, is created based on the historical record on the conservation and inheritance of the cooking techniques in Chinese imperial cuisine as a non-material cultural heritage.
It is divided into four scenes, namely the Flavor of Delicacies in Zhou and Qin Dynasties, the Feast Style of Han and Tang Dynasties, the Popularity of Mutton Dishes in Song and Yuan Dynasties, and the Heyday of Cuisine in Ming and Qing Dynasties, combining films, TV plays, songs, dances, innovative and fanciful performances, and interesting interactions together with various historical figures appearing on the stage. The food tasting experience which lasts for nearly one hour covers the traditional Chinese catering culture which has a 3，000 years of history, presents the past in the reality, and bring this non-material cultural heritage alive in the moment.
“Enjoying A Royal Feast, Traveling Through 3,000 Years of History”. Focusing on the New Normal of Chinese economy and new demands from cultural development and tourism development of China, Yu Xian Du. A Flavor Lasting for Thousands of Years is an original experience drama which integrates culture and catering together. It is a golden representative of the cultural tourism of Beijing, a magnificent feast of traditional Chinese catering culture, and a classical work which promotes morality and civilization.
This drama is brought to you by Beijng Kairui YuXianDu Catering Investment Holding Group with huge investment. It is planned, created, and produced by Mr. Xing Hongzhi himself and directed by Yu Min, a well-known director in China. More than 200 employees of the group have played in the drama.
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